Church of St. Gertrude in Kaunas

Church of St. Gertrude (Lithuanian: Šv. Gertrūdos bažnyčia) is located in the Old Town of Kaunas and is one of the oldest and in the same time one of the most beautiful Brick Gothic churches in Lithu...

Pilies Street in Vilnius

Pilies Street is the oldest and most flamboyant street in the Old Town of Vilnius. The street appeared in place of the former road from Vilnius Castle to the south, towards Poland and Russia. This wa...

January events in Vilnius

After Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact on August 23, 1939, Lithuania was added to the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence. In 1940, the Red Army entered Lithuania....

Christmas traditions in Lithuania

Kūčios (Christmas Eve) and Kalėdos (Christmas) feast was always one of the most significant celebrations to Lithuanians in the past and remains the same now. All of us know that Christmas is an impor...

LIDL supermarket chain enters Lithuania

The German grocer retailer Lidl is about to set foot on Lithuania, although Lithuania is known for one the densest supermarkets ratio in the European Union. Lidl eyed entire Baltic market of Lithuani...

The church of Saint Catherine

The church of Saint Catherine is a Roman Catholic temple located in the old town. It is built in late Baroque style. Church was being built during 1625-1743 years and is famous with its facade and de...

Rasos Cemetery in Vilnius

Rasos Cemetery (Lithuanian: Rasų kapinės, Polish: cmentarz Na Rossie w Wilnie, Belarusian: Могілкі Росы) is the oldest and most famous cemetery in the city of Vilnius. Many famed Lithuanians, Poles, ...